Liverpool FC is supporting this year's Rainbow Laces campaign with activities taking place across the club.
Liverpool Football Club and its official charity, LFC Foundation, have made a substantial donation of over £147,000 to support local people and families in food poverty across Liverpool.
LFC Foundation, the Reds' official charity, has joined forces with supporters union Spirit of Shankly to launch The Big Red Talk - a live virtual event in support of fans' mental health.
In line with the national lockdown changes from today and Liverpool City Region's Tier 2 status, LFC Foundation and Red Neighbours teams are resuming their local community delivery programmes.
Liverpool FC’s players, partners, staff and community teams are coming together this Christmas to spread some festive cheer throughout their local communities.
Liverpool's first-team players have signed and donated match-worn shirts in support of the Disasters Emergency Committee's Coronavirus Appeal, which is supporting people living in refugee camps and fragile states across the world most at risk in the pandemic.
LFC Foundation, the club's official charity, delivered a range of educational workshops and activities in local schools last week to raise awareness for Anti-Bullying Week.
Liverpool FC is giving 15 lucky fans the chance to have their image featured on a seat next to the dugout at Anfield, while games continue to be played behind closed doors.
As part of #iwillweek, LFC Foundation is shining a light on local young people who have used the programme to make a real difference in their local community.
LFC Foundation is celebrating a successful #iwillweek by championing its participants’ social action work and encouraging fans to get involved by making their own #iwillLFC pledge to create a positive difference throughout local communities.